Margie and the Shah
My Little Margie ep 3x37 Margie and the Shah
Audio/Visual sound, color
August 5, 2011
Margie and the Shah (My Little Margie)
Season 3, episode 37.
Original air date: 12 May 1954.
Cast: Gale Storm (Margie Albright), Charles Farrell (Vern Albright), Edgar Barrier (Shah of Zena), Henry Corden (Ahmed), Don Hayden (Freddie Wilson), Clarence Kolb (Gerrge Honeywell), Donna Martell (Samia), Ralph Sanford (Policeman) and Mickey Simpson (Bodyguard: uncredited ).
Not very funny. Little very stupid at last.
February 22, 2010
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June 2, 2009
Excellent 50's sit com
The preon who did the previous review talks like he has been to America and never seen a sit com. My Little Margie is unimportant fluff, but you judge it by the stands of a sit com. You can compare a sit com to an Ingmar Bergman film.
As 50s sit coms go this one is better than most. It's fun, nice, nostalgic and happy making. It's so very interesting to see an artifact of that era. As an artifact of a by gone era its priceless.
April 14, 2008
People watched this?
This is really awful. Bad acting, stupid plot. And Gale Storm gasping every time she takes a breath to say something is annoying. Why is her father such a boob, afraid of his boss and constantly put down as incompetent, and yet somehow manages to live in a palatial apartment and buy his daughter a sports car? He must do someting right in his work, but he's terrified of his boss who thinks he's useless. Makes no sense.